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football manager 2020
14 October 2019
FM 2020, the world’s greatest managerial sim, will hit the shops on November 19
Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham
14 October 2019
​If Mauricio Pochettino goes, Spurs could leave the Big Six – and Daniel Levy would be to blame, argues Alex Keble
FIFA 20 kits best shirts
14 October 2019
Make sure you look the part while you’re dominating your opposition with this expert FIFA 20 kits guide 
Labour safe standing
14 October 2019
Writing for FourFourTwo, Shadow Sports Minister Rosena Allin-Khan reveals that Labour is planning quick action to introduce safe standing if it wins a forthcoming general election
Gareth Southgate Raheem Sterling
14 October 2019
The ex-Boro boss has been at the helm for three years now – but how many of his Three Lions reps can you name in that time?
Mason Mount Declan Rice
14 October 2019
The backline can be improved by personnel, but there are systematic worries elsewhere preventing the Three Lions from fulfilling their potential beyond the likes of Bulgaria
Rob Holding
13 October 2019
The Three Lions are struggling at the heart of defence – and these are the fringe men who'll be hopeful of easing their concerns
Steve Cooper Swansea
11 October 2019
Forget Lamps and Stevie G: Swansea's high-flying coach has the portfolio and FA know-how to become Three Lions boss in the next few years
David de Gea Man Utd
11 October 2019
Ince was critical of a glum post-match interview in the wake of defeat at Newcastle, but the subject of his ire has been one of Manchester United’s few positives in a woeful post-Fergie era  
FIFA 20 coins buy sell
11 October 2019
Want to increase your FIFA 20 coins count in FUT? Fraser Gilbert explains the various ways to help boost your earnings
Non-League Day
11 October 2019
Don’t bemoan the second international break of the season: Non-League Day offers weary fans the chance to try something new – and on the rise
Sam Allardyce England manager
11 October 2019
It’s a fast and furious one – but will any of these former gaffers catch you out like a Telegraph sting?